BBC UK weather forecast: Met Office issues weather WARNING as strong winds hit UK

delivered the weather forecast this morning and warned temperatures would get much colder as the week progresses.

She added there was a yellow weather warning from the Met Office due to strong wings in Scotland and north of England.

Carol told viewers: “This morning it isn’t a particularly cold start to the morning for this time of year.

“But what you will find is increasingly it will turn windier the further north you travel and there is some rain in the forecast.”

She continued: “We have a couple of weather fronts, they’re moving south, bringing rain as they wrap around this area of low pressure, more rain across the north west of Scotland.

“The strongest winds will be the further north you travel the met office has a yellow weather warning in force for parts of Teeside, Fife, the highlands and northern and western isles.”

Carol added the strong winds could lead to “some big waves” in coastal areas.

She continued: “Those gusts could lead to some travel disruption and could be damaging particularly in the far north.”

However, while the day will start of fairly windy, she assured viewers it will “brighten up across northern Ireland, Scotland and England later in the day”.

Carol went on to note temperatures overnight will get colder.

“Overnight, still a fair bit of cloud around, more breaks in the sky so temperatures will be that bit lower than the night just gone but for the time of year, not too bad,” she explained.

“We are clinging on to some milder conditions by the skin of our teeth out towards the west but through the course of the early part of the morning it is still going to feel cold.

“Tomorrow promises to be a sunnier day than today, it will still be note windy but not as windy as today or tonight.”

Carol added temperatures tomorrow will be between five and nine degrees Celsius.

Looking towards the rest of the week, she said Wednesday will have a “frosty start”.

But she concluded: “Still bright days ahead, still a fair bit of cloud coming in with the wind and feeling cold.”

Meanwhile, bookmakers have slashed the odds of this winder to be the coldest on record.

Coral have revealed they have cut odds to just 1/2, with John Hill commenting: “The odds are falling all the time for this to end as the coldest winter on record in the UK and with the outlook all pointing to freezing temperatures over the next couple of weeks.

“We could also be set for the coldest January since records began.”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays on BBC One at 6am.

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